I recently wrote a shell script using Imagemagick which goes through all my
backups and finds, identifies, thumbnails and catalogs all images found
there, even if the file names have no extensions. However, Imagemagick
handles some issues rather badly: when converting CMYK to RGB, it makes
terrible color distortions, flattening multiple layered PSD files usually
ends up in a mess, and very large files (like 30MB+) take very long to
Is it possible to make command line identification and conversion scripts
with GIMP that would be comparable, and would they perform better and faster
than using Imagemagick?
An expereienced response would save me a lot of time.
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